6.45 Earthquakes: Seismology at Work 4507606 7.10 Biology Form and Function: Is Seeing Believing? 3008644 7.35 Acceleration at Constant Speed?
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Why we can see light and colour, but not the spectrum from radio to x-rays. (Stereo)
Working in hotel management and as a firefighter.
Why doesn't Dibs want to go on the canal boat?
An SFTV production for BBCtv
Mr Boom follows the route of a "Wee Happy Bus" and Paul Young reads "Bus Fuss" by Sandra McCuaig.
Author (Buss Fuss):
Photographs taken by Spuggy prove Baz's criminal activities.
Fiona May hopes to gain a gold medal at the next Olympics. Can maths help her? (Stereo)
Finding out about fossils. (Stereo)
A look at language and different forms of communication.
The children are challenged to find their way across the island. (Stereo)
A songwriter takes us through the process of writing a song. (Stereo)
Your views on schools television. (Stereo)
Tanzanian teenagers tell how life in Britain compares to life in rural Tanzania. (Stereo)
Help for teachers who are tackling the new subject of primary technology.
A series on science and the environment.
A Trio production for BBCtv
A visit to Saltram House,
Plymouth. Featuring television cook Mary Berry.
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons.
Regional News; Weather
Anthony Quinn tells the story of Rembetika and traces the history of this Greek blues music from its origins in the hashish dens of Athens.
Wide-Screen Europe. The last programme of the series examines the development of European high-definition television.
SUPPORT MATERIAL: language course book and cassettes will be available April.
In a rare interview, Al Pacino talks to Barry Norman.
I A supernatural
I romantic thriller, starring Lindsay Wagner
When Jennie Logan tries on a beautiful antique dress, she is magically transported back in time to 1899.
Director Frank De Felitta
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The Public Voice. Surreal film from Denmark about architecture.
Reports on foreign affairs. White Man's Burden. Are gunboat diplomacy and colonialism coming back into fashion? With US marines on the streets of Somalia and the World Bank calling the shots in other countries, western involvement in Africa is on the increase. Their motives may be honourable - to prevent starvation and spread democracy - but is this the thin end of the wedge? Richard Dowden reports. Producer Caroline Pare
Editor John Morrison
In the last of the present series, a look at classic dishes passed down in two British families for generations - pepper cake and whisky flambe clootie dumpling. Plus choosing the right wine to complement spaghetti bolognaise and cheese. And a simple and tasty bread to bake at home.
With Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
RECIPES: on Ceefax page
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The Leap Back. 15 June 1999: Sam and Al have leapt through time simultaneously - which means they have changed places.
Documentary series focusing primarily on Britain today.
Mart and Mandy. What has happened to Essex man in the 90s? The product of Margaret Thatcher 's economic policies of the 80s, Martin Smith and his girlfriend Mandy epitomise many young people whose champagne lifestyle has suffered in the recession-hit
90s. Encouraged to believe that that when you saw the main chance you should grab it, he had become a second-hand car dealer and she had set up as a mobile hairdresser. But what of the nouveaux riches now? This film finds out what happened to one "Essex man" and his girlfriend and how they feel about the country now. Director Peter Gordon
Series editor Paul Watson
By the Liberal Democrats. With in-vision subtitles.
With Francine Stock.
Magazine about further and higher education.